Lou Dobbs and the Illegals who are sex predators
Sat Oct 22, 2005 03:41

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Lou Dobbs and the Illegals who are sex predators

Turning now to violent crimes in this country, carried out by in this case illegal aliens. There is shocking new evidence tonight as to how our nation's immigration laws have failed to protect American citizens from violent criminals. Illegal aliens that should have been locked up have been accused of carrying out disgusting sex crimes and effectively getting away with it. Christine Romans reports.


CHRISTINE ROMANS, CNN CORRESPONDENT (voice-over): A big week for nabbing illegal alien sexual predators.

MARCY FURMAN, U.S. IMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT: We stopped these predators in the tracks. And the public safety of New York City is better off for it.

ROMANS: In New York this week, 36 rapists and child molesters arrested, all in the country illegally, arrested along with at least a dozen permanent legal residents. More troubling many of these criminal alien sex offenders were free on the streets on probation.

RICHARD LEVY, NYC DEPARTMENT OF PROBATION: These dangerous sexual predators should never have been placed on probation. They are unable to meet one of the most basic conditions of probation, legal employment. ROMANS: Critics say it's yet another example of a broken immigration system. That judges are putting illegal aliens on probation. That sanctuary laws in some states prevent law enforcement from even asking a defendant his legal status because of fears it might be discriminatory. Critics blame policy makers not immigration agents and say there's no political will to enforce immigration laws or deport illegal aliens.

CRAIG NELSON, FRIENDS OF IMMIGRATION LAW ENFORCEMENT: Our immigration system is in a shambles. The agencies are overwhelmed. The administration seems completely absent on any sort of enforcement effort. Congress is being extremely irresponsible.

ROMANS: Case in point he says, a Senate Judiciary Committee this week to turn out 30,000 more temporary work visas so companies can hire foreign workers for jobs, adding even more work to an overburdened agency. Still, even immigration critics are pleased that 50 criminal alien sex offenders were taken off the street this week in New York, of 3,100 criminal alien sex arrested in just over two years.

Of course these arrests and deportations only help public safety if the government makes sure they don't come right back into the country. A success today on the border in Arizona, a Mexican national illegally entering this country, he was stopped and identified as a man deported in 1981 for having sex with a child. The question is, how many other dangerous criminals didn't get stopped? And made it through without any trouble, Lou.

DOBBS: Unfortunately the answer to that question is in terms of estimates quite large in terms of the population of criminal illegal aliens as they are called who have committed serious crimes and sex offenses.

The idea that the country continues to tolerate a border that is absolutely wide open, whether it to be terrorists, illegal aliens, to sex offenders, to criminals of all sorts is extraordinary.

ROMANS: You can see by the action from the Senate this week their concern seems to be making sure there are workers for companies, not to enforce immigration laws that are already on the books.

DOBBS: As Christine Romans reported this week, there is no accounting for most of those receiving visas in this country, our immigration officials, our State Department, homeland security department, none have an accurate count as to the number, the names, or the whereabouts of most of those. Christine Romans, thank you much.

That brings us to the subject of our poll tonight. The question is should sanctuary laws that prevent the apprehension of illegal aliens be abolished? Yes or no. Please your vote at loudobbs.com. We'll have the results here later in the broadcast.


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Sat Oct 22, 2005 01:29

Man Arrested for Sexually Assaulting Dog
Oct 21 6:38 AM US/Eastern

A man was arrested after neighbors reported seeing him sexually assaulting his family's 10-year-old female Rottweiler, police said.

Ubaldo Vasquez Huizar, 39, was arrested for investigation of two counts of sexual assault on an animal, according to a statement from Ontario police Detective David McBride.
Detectives learned of the alleged crimes after going to Huizar's home to notify him that he was required to register as a sex offender, the statement said. Huizar had been convicted last December of exposing himself to an 11-year-old girl, police said.

He also was wanted on an outstanding $10,000 drug warrant.

While at the home, police learned that Huizar was living in a large doghouse in the backyard, McBride's statement said. Neighbors reported that he often slept naked in the doghouse with the family dog, Mayra, the statement said. They said they saw Huizar sexually assault the animal with a broom handle and his hand and heard the dog cry in pain when he was in the doghouse, the statement said.

Neighbors also reported seeing Huizar in his back yard dressed in a woman's bra and panties, dancing with a broom handle, police said.

Huizar was booked at the West Valley Detention Center, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Web site. The Inland Valley Humane Society took Mayra into protective custody, police said. The family might not get the dog back if Huizar is convicted of sexually assaulting it.

Studies have shown a link between abuse of animals and abuse of humans, said Martin Mersereau, manager of the domestic animal abuse division of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
"A large percentage of sexual abusers start out abusing animals," he said.
Information from: Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

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